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Video commentary by Andrea Rochon on Implementation Project How do health professionals prioritise clinical areas for implementation of evidence into practice? A cross-sectional qualitative study

Video Author: Andrea Rochon
Published on: 09.10.2020
Associated with: JBI Evidence Implementation. 18(3):288-296, September 2020

A video commentary on implementation project titled: How do health professionals prioritise clinical areas for implementation of evidence into practice? The commentary is provided by Andrea Rochon - RN, MNSc, Research Assistant, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada

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